Flawed wrap around and justification on word processing
Just want to point out there is a problem with the word processing aspects of the email program, specifically with justification of the margins and wrap around of the text onto the next line. Words as short as "be" or "an" are being broken up into 2 lines of text. The word "the" was broken into "t" on one line and "he" on the next line. The word "top" was broken into "to" on one line and "p" on the next. At first I thought this was due to adding new text into the middle of existing text, but it just occurred with an email where I was purposely making sure not to have too many long lines and sentences in one paragraph. There is no reason to break up short words and with longer words the rules should be to simply put the whole word on the next line, or to break them up by syllable and hyphenate between syllables. Such a flaw in something as old and basic as a word processing program is NOT a good sign, and something I'm sure google doesn't ***** up.